Rachel Michaella Finn
Ahead of their debut album release and Moth Club show this month, we catch up with Californian rock trio L.A. Witch.
Returning for one last album, CHUCK is back tomorrow with a new record.
Ahead of their show at The Garage this week, Tigers Jaw run us through five albums that influenced new album Spin.
“I describe my sound as a pop-lover’s take on the classic afrobeat form,” Aadae says. “It was always important to me that my music told my story."
Self-described 'pop punk anarcuties' Charmpit mash up sugary sweet melodies, lo-fi production and semi-serious subject matter.
SuperGlu might have formed in the UK's smallest town, but they've got big ideas and an anthemic punk pop sound to make up for it.
Dublin electro-pop outfit Le Galaxie make music made for dancefloors, and through swooning synths and grooves, they've cemented their upbeat dance music as a...
Via a steady stream of releases since 2010, Ambassadeurs' has showcased a broad sound encompassing ethereal electronica, techno and dark ambient moments.
The Californian four-piece deliver a set that builds from mellow beginnings to a euphoric finish.
Set to make their London debut at Citadel this weekend, we tracked down the elusive band to find a out a little more about them.
Kero Kero Bonito's sound is an endlessly fascinating mash-up, throwing together J-Pop, dancehall and video game sounds in a way that doesn't sound quite...
The appropriately-named Mellow Gang's chill-out indie is awash with psych elements.
Ahead of their latest night at The Victoria tonight, promoter Dance Like I've Got Diamonds share five upcoming all-female acts they're excited about.
We went along to see the best of Dutch talent at The Great Escape.
Dream-pop with a dark twist, Iceland's Vök have a striking ability to craft arresting soundscapes with a melancholic edge.
After touring with Kate Nash in back in February, Gothic Tropic is back in the UK this month for shows at The Victoria and The Great Escape.
Geowulf are back with another well-crafted piece of hazy dream-pop that's full with enough 70s vibes to induce a pang of nostalgia, whilst still being firmly focused on the future.
With her neon-yellow hair and no-fucks-given attitude, ALMA doesn't come across as your average pop-star.
Arriving in London via Berlin, Lea Porcelain create a sound rich in dark synths and brooding guitar lines.
From their South London beginnings, Afriquoi have spent the past six years refining their unbelievably energetic live shows.
"Pop probably isn’t going to save the world, but it can sure have a great time trying."